Item GSAA/EPH/10/265 - Poster for a series of talks marking the 10th anniversary of the CRM Society

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Poster for a series of talks marking the 10th anniversary of the CRM Society


  • [Jul 1983] (Creation)

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This poster advertised a seminar on Charles Rennie Mackintosh which was arranged to mark the 10th anniversary of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society. Speakers included: - Thomas Howarth (Toronto): the Mackintosh Interior - Sir Denys Lasdun (London): CRM and Architect's Appraisal - Andy MacMillan (Glasgow): Mackintosh and the National Expression - Dennis Sharp (London): Muthesius and Mackintosh - Mackintosh Authors: Roger Billcliffe, Robert MacLeod, Thomas Howarth, Andy MacMillan - Clause Frontisi (Paris): Hector Guimard - Juan Bassegoda (Barcelona): Antonio Gaudi - Szirmai Janos (Budapest): Odon Lechner - John Archer (London): Edgar Wood - Paul Sprague (USA): Louis Sullivan - Robert Judson Clark (Princeton USA): Josef Olbrich - Don Kalec (Chicago, USA): Frank Lloyd Wright - Randall MacLeod (Bristol): W.R. Lethaby - Peter Vergo (Colchester): Wiener Werkstaat - Christian Witt-Doring (Vienna): Vienna furniture, 1900

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This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.


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This poster was made using the letterpress printing technique with two colour separation in black and pink inks. It was printed on the Glasgow School of Art campus using the Foulis Press.

Dimensions: 416 x 511 mm

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